Would an ohms variance of around .3 make a difference in power of a flipper?
I need, according to the Gpadiators pin manual, a coil that reads 4.57 ohms. I replaced it with one that reads 4.8 ohms.
Would this matter much in power of the flipper because the coil, sleeve, assembly are all new (right flipper) and the flipper just doesn't have the samr power as the left flipper.
The reaction time is good, it just lacks the desired "pop"..it struggles to project the ball with the proper force. I can barely make it up the left ramp.
The eos is set good.